Nik Erik Neubauer, born 1994 in Ljubljana, has graduated from photography on VIST - Department for photography. His main interest is photojournalism and street photography. In 2013 he was working with WHO on a project "Health for the World’s Adolescents", in 2014 he was one of the winners of The Other Hundred photo contest. In 2015 he was on a workshop with street photographer Cheryl Dunn, and after that he had group exibition in Galerija Fotografija. In 2016 he went on a workshop with Simon Chang and had group exhibition in Cankarjev Dom. In June, 2016 he was part of exhibition ISO0 which was part of Month of Photography in Ljubljana. There he presented his zine Street Pirate Material, which was selected for exhibition "2016 days of awesome photo books", LhGWR gallery, The Hague. In 2018 he won first and third prize in fashion category on a Photodays Rovinj. Currently is he studying a master study of photography on the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana.


Photodays Rovinj 2018 winner and third place, fashion
Balkan Photo Award 2017 finalist
World Health Organisation - Adolescent Health
The Other Hundred


Once in Ljubljana, solo exhibition, part of: DRAUGHT | PETER RAUCH: PAVILION, Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (+MSUM), Ljubljana, 2017
VIST: Fotoknjiga osebno, Layer House, Kranj, 2017
Fotopub, Fotocubs mentored exhibition, Novo Mesto, 2017
Foto VIST, Photon Gallery, Ljubljana, 2017
25 pictures of Slovenian daily life for 25 years of independence of Slovenia, Slovenian Embassy, Berlin, 2017
2016 days of awesome photo books, LhGWR gallery, The Hague, 2016/2017
Tree, Tivoli Park, Ljubljana, 2016/2017
ISO0 - Month of photography, Public underground shelter, Ljubljana, 2016
Art Exhibition by the scholarship holders of city of Ljubljana, 2016
Exhibition after workshop with Cheryl Dunn, Galerija Fotografija, Ljubljana, 2015


Article about Slovenian street photography in Digitalna Kamera
Being part of Romka Magazine 10th and final issue
Selected for "Young Talents" by National Geographic Slovenija
"The mountain that breathes prayer" on THE CULTURE-IST
Interview in Delo
About workshop with Cheryl Dunn